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International trade

Article / 19th May 2008

After decades of famine, grinding poverty, colossal debts and enormous slum-growth, Africa is indisputably the worst casualty of economic globalization. As the region takes the further brunt of man-made climate change, the rich nations hold a moral responsibility to reorder economic priorities and coordinate a massive transfer of resources to the impoverished continent.

Report / 25th February 2006

This brief presents an analysis the free trade regime and it's negative impact on the least developed countries, and proposes more equitable alternatives for allocating essential goods and regulating international trade.

Article / 1st February 2006

An overview of the issues surrounding the global commons, in relation to globalization, economic justice and the need to create a more sustainable world.

Report / 20th December 2005

This brief analyses the negative impacts of the IMF, World Bank and WTO on sustainable development and suggests an alternative mechanism for regulating the international economy that can allow these institutions to be progressively decommissioned.

Article / 1st February 2005

スマトラ島沖地震が原因で起こった津波以降、世界の世論は変化しました。人々は被災地の人々の窮状に心を打たれ、アフリカなど世界の他の地域の貧困や不正について話し始めています。ブラント委員会報告書の推奨事項を再検討するときがきました。モハメッド·ソフィアン·メスバヒは書いています。